The Theory of the Gravitation Constant

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Scientific Paper
Title The Theory of the Gravitation Constant
Author(s) Harold Aspden
Keywords gravitation, electrodynamics, tau-lepton, graviton, Neumann potential, ether theory
Published 1989
Journal Physics Essays
Volume 2
Number 2
Pages 173-179


This summary account of the author's theory of gravitation enables the reader to calculate G in terms of the electron charge-mass ratio. A classical approach to electrodynamics adapted to relate to lepton interactions yields the unifying link with the gravitational interaction. The tau-lepton is found to be a primary ?graviton? mediator. The theory has a common foundation with methods of deriving the fine-structure constant and the proton-electron mass ratio, already published in summary form.